Angeline van den Broecke, the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre’s Director of Global Business Development & Marketing, has been elected to the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) Board of Directors representing the Venue Sector, at the 59th ICCA General Assembly recently.
At the 59th ICCA General Assembly, the new ICCA Board of Directors were elected. New Board Members are Dato’ Sri Abdul Khani Daud, Representative Asia Pacific Region; Anna Gorska, Co-Chair Sector Meetings Management; Marta Wisniewska, Chair Sector Transport; and Angeline van den Broecke, Co-Chair Sector Venues.
Angeline's key areas of expertise are in global business development and acquisition, strategic marketing and organisational and destination growth initiatives as well as partnership and alliance engagement models, having worked extensively in both the public and private sector.
Angeline said, “Of great relevance to me is for venues to be vocal and demonstrate the value they provide as social and economic drivers, we need to communicate the value of venues as important infrastructure assets to cities and communities.“
“As a Board Member and representative of the Venue Sector, I am committed to driving collective momentum to pioneer business and economic recovery to keep our industry transforming and transacting, and to contribute and grow ICCA’s engagement platform across our industry supply chain and to strengthen ICCA’s membership so we can deliver more value to members“, Angeline said.
Rod Pilbeam, Chief Operating Officer Asia-Pacific, ASM Global commended, “During her time at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Angeline has regularly evolved the marketing strategy to ensure the continuing success of the Centre as a leader in Asia. Angeline has also been a valued contributor to our combined group initiatives including our Advantage program around our Asia-Pacific centres.“